The Detroit Lions' decision to use a second-round draft pick on Oklahoma State receiver Ryan Broyles is one we probably shouldn't examine too thoroughly until we've had a chance to hear from all concerned parties. The fact is that Broyles tore an anterior cruciate ligament five months ago and hasn't fully recovered. He didn't work out at the NFL scouting combine but did get on the field for his Pro Day. The Lions are relatively deep at receiver with Calvin Johnson, Nate Burleson and Titus Young. (ESPN)
FF Today's Take:Broyles is one of those high-risk high-reward picks. Prior to the injury, he demonstrated shiftiness and a top gear that few others can match.